The newly renovated Digital Fabrication Lab (FABLab) at Taubman College leverages state-of-the-art industrial technology to perform architectural fabrication research. It is one of few select academic institutions around the world utilizing robotic automation to perform both subtractive and additive manufacturing processes. The technologies have existed in the aerospace and automotive industries for some time, but have just recently infiltrated the architectural-fabrication industry.

The Fab Lab operates numerous computer-numerical controlled (CNC) machines, allowing students and faculty to work with virtually any material.


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by 3D Systems
1 X – Y Resolution 300dpi x 450dpi 3D Layer Thickness 0,0875mm, 0,1mm or 0.2mm 3D Print...
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by Universal Laser Systems
2 The largest in the VLS platform line, the VLS6.60 has a wide and deep engraving area that can acc...

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